Tributes to Margaret A. Berger for the Science for Judges Programs
Joan G. Wexler
Hon. Shirley S. Abrahamson
Joel E. Cohen
Richard A. Merrill
Hon. Barbara J. Rothstein
Hon. Jack B. Weinstein
Elizabeth M. Schneider
Science for Judges IX
Introduction by Margaret A. Berger
Judges, Juries, and Scientific Evidence
Valerie P. Hans, Ph.D..
How Jurors Deal With Expert Testimony and How Judges Can Help
Shari Seidman Diamond, Ph.D., J.D.
The World Trade Center Disaster: Health Effects and Compensation Mechanisms
John Howard, M.D., J.D.
Causation, Statistics, and the Law
Richard Scheines, Ph.D.
A War Over Words: An Inside Analysis and Examination of the Prosecution of the Red Rose Stories & Obscenity Law
Clay Calvert, Ph.D., J.D.
Robert D. Richards, J.D., M.A.
The Questionable Constitutionality of Conscientious Objection Clauses for Pharmacists
Nancy K. Kubasek, J.D.
Daniel C. Tagliarina, M.A.
Mutually-Beneficial Repatriation Agreements: Returning Cultural Patrimony, Perpetuating the Illicit Antiquities Market
A Tough Pill to Swallow: The Insurmountable Burden in Toxic Tort Claims Against Manufacturers of Children's Medications
Susanne L. Flanders
Leaving the Invisible Universe: Why All Victims of Extraordinary Rendition Need a Cause of Action Against the United States
Manifest Disregard in Arbitration Awards: A Manifestation of Appeals Versus a Disregard for Just Resolutions
Dollars for Victims of "Victimless" Crime: Broadening Actual Damages in the Context of the Commodities Exchange Act
Benjamin D. Pearce